Tag: Nepal

Advancing SRHR in Nepal Through Events and Collaborations

Center experts and leaders collaborate on improving and expanding SRHR in Nepal.

Nepal Workshop Advances Judicial Officers’ Knowledge of Reproductive Health Rights Issues

Center co-hosts event at the Nepal National Judicial Academy.

In Nepal, the Center and Partners Celebrate International Women’s Day with “F for Feminism” Event

Fact sheet on medical abortion in Asian countries also launched at the March event.

Center Holds SRHR Capacity Building Workshop for Journalists in Nepal

The workshop aimed to strengthen the capacity of the journalists in the legal and policy framework of SRHR.

New Litigation Filed to Decriminalize Abortion in Nepal

Petition at the Supreme Court of Nepal seeks to hold government accountable for its commitments to abortion rights and access.

Center Co-hosts Workshop in Nepal for Youth Champions of SRHR

Sessions aim to strengthen the capacity of young leaders to advance legal protections for sexual and reproductive health and rights.

Nepal Agrees to Decriminalize Abortion and Protect SRHR

Nepal accepts recommendations from its Universal Periodic Review before the UN Human Rights Council to protect the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and girls.

Joint Submission to the Universal Periodic Review of Nepal

The joint submission made by the Center and its local partners in July 2020 for Nepal's Universal Periodic Review (UPR) at the UN Human Rights Council.

Reproductive Health and Rights Related Decisions by the Supreme Court of Nepal (Nepali Version)

The Supreme Court of Nepal has issued several positive judgments and landmark decisions in the field of reproductive health and rights.  These judgments and decisions have helped ensure women’s reproductive health and rights under the Constitution and laws in Nepal. However, only by practicing and experiencing these rights in practical ways will these rights and […]

Supreme Court of Nepal Decision: Lakshmi v. Government of Nepal

In a landmark decision issued on May 20, 2009, Nepal’s Supreme Court directed the government – specifically the Office of the Prime Minister and the Cabinet, the Ministry of Health and Population, the Ministry of Law, Justice, and Constituent Assembly Affairs, and the Ministry of Women, Children, and Social Welfare – to enact a comprehensive […]